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Hualapai Mountain Park is a Mohave County public park that was originally developed in the 1930s as a project of the Civilian Conservation Corps. The park's name pays tribute to the region's Hualapai indigenous tribe, who historically called the park's lands home. Today, the park spans more than 2,300 acres throughout the county, offering several public recreation areas, campsites and RV hookups, and cabin and teepee rentals. 10 miles of hiking trails span the park's varied terrain, which reaches elevations of 8,147 feet. Informational displays throughout the park detail its construction and development as part of the New Deal's urban development programs and present facts about its vegetation, wildlife, and natural features.
6250 Hualapai Mountain Rd, Kingman, AZ 86401, Phone: 928-681-5700
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